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Ticket & Attendance Watch
Written by Maury Brown   
Friday, 18 December 2009 01:14

NationalsThe Washington Nationals announced on Weds. individual ticket prices for the 2010 season at Nationals Park - offering fans one of the best game day experiences in Major League Baseball at affordable prices. The team's new and exciting roster is sure to provide many entertaining days and nights in NatsTown, where individual tickets will still be available for as low as $5 on game day. Fans will also have new economy parking options just blocks from Nationals Park, making it easier and less expensive for fans to include a trip to Nationals Park in their summer plans.

For the second straight year all game ticket prices in each seating area have decreased or will remain frozen. Prices on over 3,000 seats will be reduced through the creation of the Outfield Reserved (101 through 107 and 138 through 143) with all tickets cut to $24, and Lower Right Field Terrace seats (Sections 222 through 236) cut from $20 to $17.

The ballclub has designated 12 games during the 2010 season as value games, up from five in 2009, in which single-game ticket buyers will have the opportunity to purchase seats at the price offered to partial-plan holders. At least one value game will be offered each month of the season and the slate includes match-ups against the Phillies, Braves, and Astros. The team will also offer 15 prime games, down from 18 the previous year, including Opening Day on April 5 vs. the Phillies, and contests vs. the Dodgers, Orioles and Mets.

Select Read More to see complete pricing in Nationals Park, along with color-coded seating chart.

National Park Seating
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Nats prices

Sections and pricing subject to change. Seating based on availability.

All 2010 Season Ticket Plans include the April 3 Exhibition Game vs. the Boston Red Sox at 50 percent off the listed season ticket price.

*Lexus Presidents Seats are premium seats contracted for three, five, or seven years, and include one parking pass in a Nationals Park garage for every two seats purchased (based on availability), an all-inclusive gourmet buffet, complimentary in-seat food and beverage service, and access to the Lexus Presidents Club, PNC Diamond Club, and Stars and Stripes Club. To purchase Lexus Presidents Club season tickets and for additional information, please call 202.675.NATS(6287), OPTION #1, OPTION #4.

**Home Plate Box Seats include one parking pass in a Nationals Park garage, for every four seats purchased (based on availability), in-seat food and beverage service, and access to the PNC Diamond Club.

***PNC Diamond Seats are premium seats contracted for three, five, or seven years, include one parking pass in a Nationals Park garage, for every four seats purchased (based on availability), access to the PNC Diamond Club and the Stars and Stripes Club, in-seat food and beverage service, and $35 added value per ticket, which may be used to purchase food, beverage or merchandise. To purchase PNC Diamond Club season tickets and for additional information, please call 202.675.NATS(6287) - OPTION #1, OPTION #4.

****Center Field Lounge tickets include $20 in added value per ticket, which can be used to purchase food, beverage or merchandise and in-seat food and beverage service.

*****Grandstand tickets are sold day of game only/walk up sale at Box Office ONLY.

Source: Washington Nationals


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